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Sterling Tran & Skyler Tran

E. Eugenie Rocherolle: Rapsodie des Pyrenees

The sibling brothers, Sterling Tran (12 years old) and Skyler Tran (11 years old) are students of Ms. Molly Nguyen, Ms. Melody Chiang, and Ms. Wenny Chandra at Little Chopin Piano school in Southern California, USA. A few years after their first piano lessons, the Tran brothers won their first piano duo trophy in Southwest Youth Music Festival in the summer of 2017. Their first international piano duo debut was with Grand Prize Virtuoso, performing in Paris and London in 2019. In two consecutive years, 2019 and 2020 the brothers won First Prize in the United States International Duo Piano Competition. They won First Prize in piano duo in Los Angeles Young Musician International Competition in the summer of 2019. Since the pandemic, Sterling and Skyler have been competing virtually in the United States, Singapore, Italy, and England and their piano duo works were awarded two First Prizes and two Second Prizes.

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Katelyn Vo, Tra My Nguyen, Skyler Tran, Sterling Tran

Saint Saens: Danse Macabre

Katelyn Vo, Tramy Nguyen, Skyler Tran, and Sterling Tran are members of the LCP quartet team. They are students of Ms. Molly Nguyen, Ms. Melody Chiang, Ms. Wenny Chandra, Ms. Ting Huang, and Ms. Hieu Nguyen at Little Chopin Piano School in Southern California, USA. Shortly after the LCP quartet team was formed in 2020, Californians was under lockdown due to Covid-19 pandemic. Despite all the difficulties and inconvenience during the pandemic, Katelyn, Tramy, Skyler, and Sterling won First Absolute Prize in the 30th Young Musician International Competition Citta di Baretta in the winter of 2020. The LCP quartet team is a prize winner of the 2nd World Piano Teachers Association Singapore and recently Carmel Klavier Latin America.

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Sora Corro & Oliver Corro

W.A. Mozart: Sonata for 4 hands, K381, 1st movement

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